Spring 2019 show:
2001: A space thudyssey
THUD Presents: 2001: A Space THUDyssey
Buckets, beats, battlestar galactica. Join The Harvard Undergraduate Drummers—Harvard’s only unconventional percussion group—for a show that’s *out of this world*. Explore the vast frontier of space with Larry Bacow, drumsticks, and boomwhackers (pool noodles) as your guides. Featuring: the Cup Song from Anna Karenina, the Space Force, and Neil Armstrong. What’s THUD? Think STOMP + Blue Man Group + bad Harvard jokes. Tickets $10; $7 with Student ID until 11:59 PM, April 26th. Purchasable ahead of time through Venmo (@THUD-1) and the Harvard Box Office (SEF Eligible) HERE.
about thud Shows
As much as we love street performing and gig-playing, THUD's focus will always be on our shows, which we perform on Harvard's campus at Lowell Lecture Hall at the end of each semester. Complete with original storylines, wack costumes, jokes that we think are funny, and, of course, percussion like you've never seen it before, these shows are not to be missed. Ticket information will be posted here in the weeks leading up to each show. If you need your dose of alternative percussion immediately, though, check out our Media page or our YouTube channel!
See past show posters below. Check out our YouTube playlists to see our more recent shows in full!